Fifty Pounds, or fifty pounds, was the sum that London distillers had to pay as a tax in far-off times. To remember British history and traditions is the brand new Fifty Pounds London Dry Gin produced by the company Thames Distillers in the absolute capital of the distillate.
Located in the southeastern part of the city, distillery for over two centuries continues its productive tradition, backed by a Master Distiller who is also president of the Association of Distillers in England.
Acquired from a neutral base of distilled cereal spirits four times, Fifty Pounds is rich in distilled vegetable ingredients a fifth time in the old John Deere "Alamy". We must wait at least three weeks before the bottling phase to promote a perfect amalgam of herbal ingredients: herbs, spices, flowers and fruit. Of the rest of the plant is the very origin of gin, juniper berries, from which, in addition to the name, the distillate takes perfume and taste, pleasantly spicy, dry, fresh and clean.
With a transparent and crystalline color and an alcoholic content of 43.5% vol., The Fifty Pounds is ideal for drinking fluffy English, on the rocks like in the US or mixed with other ingredients for preparing cocktails and long drinks . Each bottle of Fifty Pounds London Dry Gin, according to tradition, reports the batch number and the year of distillation, is produced in square section to facilitate its transportation and is presented in an elegant and modern packaging that recalls the dark and heavy bottles of past.
In spite of the fact that the Brits sell their paternity, it is interesting to know that gin was born in the Netherlands in the mid-17th century by a physician who was trying to cure Dutch feverish soldiers in the East Indies. From the therapeutic remedy to the pleasure of taste, the pace was short, conquering England and countering the cognac of French rivals.